Joanne Nelson wanders and wonders through tributaries of watery connections.
Megan Hamilton retells stories of her small town through some of its least-noticed structures.
Dennis Vannatta tells a story about confronting one’s past—and then one’s future.
Chad Eggleston and Mandy McMichael consider the challenges and unexpected blessings of marriage between academics.
Bruce Morrill employs a Jesuit narrative technique to describe tensions between life in the religious order and family life.
Marrissa Rhodes contemplates what Christ’s resurrection has to say about imperfect family experiences.
Heather Caliri contemplates serving the beast.
Rachel Jones has to choose between her children as she examines the realities of raising children in challenging places.
Two women whose strategies for living a meaningful life conflict vie for ownership of an antique family barn.